Robotics at Cady Stanton December 21, 2010
Parents at Elizabeth Cady Stanton approached Mark Benjamin at IESI Seneca Meadows for support of their inaugural robotics club after receiving overwhelming response from students interested in participating in the club. Seneca Meadows responded with a $2000 contribution for robotic kits and other supplies needed to support four teams of ten students. The kits should provide many years of use for competitions. Students must build an autonomous robot that will complete a pre-designed mission, in a model type setting.
Stepping Stones Steps on New Carpet December 16, 2010
Stepping Stones preschool children were gathering, reading, and playing on a tattered and worn carpet, but IESI Seneca Meadows stepped up and sponsored a new carpet in order to enhance the learning and interaction that happens at the Stepping Stones Preschool. "It is important to have working and functional tools to learn, and this carpet with large letters and numbers is a tool that the students will rely on every day," says Mark Benjamin of Seneca Meadows.
Romulus Students Get Caught Reading December 14, 2010
Group Gathers to Meet Budget Shortfall December 9, 2010
Adriene Emmo and Seneca Falls Mayor Diana Smith recently met with Seneca Meadows representatives, Carl Casaccia and Mark Benjamin to discuss assistance in meeting the 2010 budget shortfall facing the Women's Institute for Leadership and Learning (WILL), and in particular the importance of programs that WILL produces such as the Seneca Falls Dialogues.
Seneca Meadows Spikes it Home for Finger Lakes Christian School December 2, 2010
Pastor Scott Van Kirk has been diligently socking away funds from concession sales, but it wasn't quite enough for the purchase of permanent volleyball stands. Seneca Meadows provided the final $1800 needed for the purchase and installation of the volleyball stands.